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Pressburger

Emeric . 1902--88, Hungarian film writer and producer, living in Britain: best known for his collaboration (1942--57) with Michael Powell. Films include The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943), I Know Where I'm Going (1945), and A Matter of Life and Death (1946)
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A classy restored 4K version (supervised by Martin Scorsese and his longtime editor Thelma Schoonmaker) of the 1951 Powell and Pressburger classic, based on the 1881 opera and starring Moira Shearer.
MOVIE director Martin Scorsese paid tribute to film-making greats Powell and Pressburger yesterday as he helped to unveil a plaque in their honour.
Stunning drama from Powell and Pressburger, the men behind A Matter Of Life And Death, which follows at 5.
Directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, The Battle of the River Plate recounts the events surrounding the sinking of the German pocket battleship, Graf Spee, outside Montevideo in 1939.
Cukor had already explored the Shavian Pygmalion in Born Yesterday (1950) and A Star is Born (1954), a plot that was explored indirectly in hundreds of films, from The Red Shoes (Michael Powell & Emeric Pressburger, 1948) to Pretty Woman (Garry Marshall, 1990).
An example of this recognition was the recent reelection of Margarida Pressburger to the Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture.
MacDonald is the grandson of legendary screenwriter Emeric Pressburger, and Matthews won a Bafta for his documentary The Fallen.
Powell and Pressburger are also an inspiration for music: the music is created first, then the film.
She rightly argues that the films of Powell and Pressburger, the music of Benjamin Britten and the paintings of Paul Nash are not only imaginative and lyrical but fearlessly modern as well.
The National Council of the Hungarian Ethnic Minority, an umbrella organisation of ethnic Hungarians in Serbia, currently dominated by one political party, decided to replace the current Magyar So editor-in chief Csaba Pressburger.
The Red Shoes THIS 1948 Powell and Pressburger ballet melodrama is not, of course, to be confused with the 2005 Korean horror film of the same name about haunted footwear.
The film, made by the British-based director-writer team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, was shot in colour but came out in the United States in black and white, retitled The Fighting Pimpernel.